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. that's a divisional game. so, too, is minnesota. taking on detroit. the 49ers and packers face off in america's game of the week. check local listings for the games in your area. >> brian: i love those games. teams that start with divisional games. talk about setting the pace. we talked about minnesota with two divisional road games. the chance to make a big impact. san francisco and green bay staking the territory early. who will have supremacy in the nfc in the early part. atlanta and the new orleans saints. this is going to go a long way in terms of determining who has the upper hand starting the season. and tampa bay and caroline will be teams that cam newton get pushed behind last year with luck and rg-iii and russell wilson. colin kaepernick wasn't a rookie, but he's going to have an impact early on. >> thom: we hope you have enjoyed it. the next time we'll convene for the nfl on fox it will be the regular season opener. two weeks from today. that's the first sunday of the season. for brian billick, our entire crew, thom brennaman saying stay tuned. the entire cast of the fox
outside detroit. >> willard mazure: i'm on 60 milligrams of morphine a day with no cure in sight. there is no cure in sight for me. >> pelley: willard mazure's morphine is to kill the pain from the fungal infection. we asked the patients to sit down in the first two rows, and many of them brought family to the auditorium. michigan is a hotspot for the toxic steroid, one of 23 states that received the drug from massachusetts. st. joseph mercy has treated 189 patients, all of whom endure brutal anti-fungal drugs. >> mazure: the medicine is just unbearable. you know, they talk about cancer treatments, and i'm sure they're unbearable, too. but this is some unbearable stuff. >> pelley: this is the fungus. it is a sample that has been grown from the spinal fluid of a patient. the fungus is a form of mold that attacks bone and nerves. the patients who had it injected in the spine have an infection called meningitis, which can also reach the brain. have the doctors told any of you that the fungus is gone and you never have to worry about it again? >> no. >> absolutely not. no. >> pelley:
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